S1E211 CBG May Provide Extra Relief

S1E211 CBG May Provide Extra Relief

CBG May Provide Extra Relief

Tri-Healthy CBD is the leading provider for all your CBD and Delta-8 THC needs in the northeast Ohio, and gulfcoast Florida regions. We have a store location inside the Eastwood Mall in Niles, Ohio that effectively supplies the Howland, Liberty, and Niles areas as well as another store located inside the Southern Park Mall in Boardman, Ohio which effectively supplies the Youngstown, Sharon, and Boardman areas. Our Venice store located at 248 Tampa Avenue West 13A is also a large provider of CBD and Delta-8 THC products in the Nokomis, Venice, and Sarasota areas respectively.

With the emerging world of the cannabis plant and the potential capabilities of CBD and THC, it is easy to understand why researchers and consumers alike are searching for more applications of the plants’ many compounds, referred to as ‘cannabinoids,’ and one such example is a cannabinoid known as CBG. Not unlike CBD, CBG is a non-psychotropic compound that may be effective in relieving pain and decreasing inflammation throughout the body; however, other stand-out effects CBG could potentially offer include its antibacterial as well as neuroprotective properties. A key difference to consider when comparing these compounds is how they bind to our two unique endocannabinoid receptors, CB1 and CB2. These receptors exist within the body in many areas such as the central nervous system and the brain, in the form of our CB1 receptors, as well as our immune system, cardiovascular system, and many of our bodies’ organs, in the form of our CB2 receptors. CBD is not a strong binder to these receptors, instead binding to other receptors in the body which are responsible for its effects, CBG however binds to both our CB1 and CB2 receptors, allowing for a more direct impact on our endocannabinoid system.

CBG can be an effective way of getting to those potential benefits by attacking your ailments head-on, and there is no better way to get a direct form of relief than through a sublingual tincture oil. Our Steel Valley Hemp CBG tincture is a full spectrum half and half ratio of distillate containing 600mg of CBD and 600mg of CBG equaling a whopping 1200mg of total cannabinoids. Each bottle is 30ml with every 1ml serving containing 20mg of both CBD and CBG for an effective blend that enhances the benefits of both compounds. Sublingual tinctures are taken underneath the tongue and it is recommended to let that liquid sit for at least 60 seconds before swallowing, allowing for thorough activation through the bloodstream. These tincture oils also work best when implemented into a consistent daily routine, everyone’s body is different so it is also recommended to start low with your dosing and increase that amount in intervals as you see fit. It is worth noting that CBD and CBG are legal substances but due to the nature of the full spectrum extract present in our tinctures, minor amounts of delta-9 THC may be enough to appear on a drug screening.

Tri-Healthy CBD Steel Valley Hemp CBG Full Spectrum Tincture Oil

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